On 13 September Volterra participated in the IBI Group Construction Cup, a five-a-side charity football tournament featuring 40 teams from across the industry. Despite being relative minnows up against some large multinational firms, we won 3 of our 4 group games to qualify for the knockout stages where we lost narrowly to one of the […]
Recent additions to our specialist team are economic graduates Ross Bateman and Ian Mwiti. We hope they will enjoy working with us! We are always interested to hear from consultants from a variety of related disciplines, working at all levels, who can compliment our existing team.
We are delighted to announce Volterra Associate, Alex O’Byrne, has been chosen as one of just 13 members to sit on the recently established Panel. The Infrastructure Young Professionals Panel (YPP) brings together specialists from a variety of backgrounds to contribute to the Mayor’s programme, serving as a foundation to The London Infrastructure Plan 2050, […]
We’re delighted to announce that Bridget Rosewell, a founder of Volterra, has been awarded a CBE for services to the economy in the New Year’s Honours list. The New Year’s Honours list 2019, published on Saturday 29 December, recognises the outstanding achievements of people across the United Kingdom.
NZ Transport Agency’s called upon Volterra’s expertise to investigate the case for a Light Rail between the city centre and Mangere; we previously provided economic analysis on light rail projects from London to Kuala Lumpur to Adelaide. See the article in the New Zealand Herald. Image: Auckland by Craig via Wikimedia under CC BY-SA 2.0
We have been recruiting and are delighted to welcome three new starters this week – from left to right: Peter Reddy, George Beardon and Elizabeth Bamford.
Volterra has worked for Arriva Trains on several projects in the past, providing economics and demand/revenue forecasting services for franchise bids including the successful Northern Rail bid and recent submission for the East Midlands franchise. But when Arriva contacted us recently, for once it wasn’t to make use of our transport economics expertise – instead […]
We’re delighted to announce a promotion within the Volterra team. Alex O’Byrne has been promoted to Associate. Alex has contributed to and led many complex projects whilst at Volterra. These include the socio-economic assessment of Battersea Power Station, a pre-opening evaluation of Crossrail, the wider economic benefits of specific rails schemes in England, Ireland, Toronto […]
Secretary of State for Communities announces appointment of Mrs Bridget Rosewell to chair the review
Communities Secretary Rt. Hon James Brokenshire MP announced on Friday 22 June the appointment of Volterra founder Bridget Rosewell to chair the Independent Review into Planning Appeal Inquiries. The review has been set up with the aim of reducing the time it takes to determine inquiries established to resolve disputed planning proposals, whilst ensuring quality […]
Volterra is an independent and highly successful Economic Consultancy. We specialise in the economic, social and regenerative impacts of development and infrastructure. We developed the original business case and wider economic benefits case for Crossrail, the Northern Line Extension and have worked on High Speed One and High Speed Two. We have analysed the socio-economic […]